We specialize in celebrating the seasons while adding a touch of cuteness to our desserts.
Let's eat sesame because it's good for our health.
Located along the pathway to the Ikegami Honmonji Temple, Ikegami Ikedaya is a long-standing confectionery specializing in Kuzu-mochi (mochi cakes).
Founded 90 years ago, Morihan So-honpo has been selling dried seaweeds, Japanese tea and dry foods.
Ota City is considered one of Tokyo’s top manufacturing zones, with both modern products and traditional crafts created in the area’s workshops and factories.
Offers a wide variety of products, from incense sticks, candles, and small Japanese-style items to high-class gemstone incense burners and vase stands.
Wagashi (Japanese sweets) that allow you to enjoy the four seasons of Japan with your eyes and experience them through taste.
Exceptionally delicious Japanese fruit and produce.
Walking around Ota City, it’s easy to forget that Tokyo is a megacity. This quiet corner of the capital feels more like a collection of villages, where neighbors still stop to chat and parks and gardens fill with the sound of children at play. If you want to enjoy a slice of life in one [...]
This is a shopping district in front of Kojiya Station on the Keikyu Airport Line. There are various event hosted at the shopping district, such as the Summer Awa Odori (dance) Festival. “Kojiya Market” is held on Friday and Saturday of the fourth week of the month, bringing numerous shoppers to the area. Getting [...]